About Us

About Regency Property Management:

Regency Property Management began operations in 2004 as a small LLC with two owners; Amy Fisher acting as the managing partner. Amy’s 10 years in real-estate management and her unique ability to connect with owners created a property management culture based upon an owner’s perspective. By January 2010, the company had grown to 300 properties representing over 150 owners. Shortly thereafter, Amy bought out her partner and filed Articles of Incorporation.

Regency Property Management, Inc (Regency) currently specializes in full-service property management for Apartment Communities, Condos, Plexes and Single Family homes. Regency thinks like an owner and attempts to maximize clients’ investment dollars. Regency possesses an established list of trusted service personnel and vendors, which has come from years of experience. We optimize asset value through performing comprehensive property evaluations, creating and implementing preventative maintenance programs, and through ensuring tenant solvency. We provide a personal service to our clients while maintaining a professional relationship with all. This full service methodology to property management and client transparency distinguishes Regency from the rest of our peers. Regency staff knows each client personally and appreciates resolving their individual real estate needs.

Regency Property Managements clients have been with Amy an average of 9 years. Regency’s vacancy rate of lower than 3% is one of the lowest in the Portland Metropolitan Area. We average less than 30 days for each vacant unit, with many units having a new tenant secured prior to the current tenant vacating.

Regency is an active member of the National Association of Property Managers in good standing and strives to adhere to the strict guidelines they require. In 2011, Regency Property Management became an avid financial supporter and advocate of Portland Giveback, a local supporter of charities and non-profit organizations. Regency also is a supporter of The Ronald McDonald House.

Key Management:

Amy Fisher is a licensed Real Estate Principal Broker in the State of Oregon. Originally obtaining her salesperson license in 2000, she has continued to increase her knowledge of the real estate profession, focusing primarily on Property Management. Amy received her Principal Broker license in 2004 and participates in a minimum of forty hours of continuing education annually.

Maintenance:
Marcus Fisher, Supervisor

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